Welcome to the Eel River Beach Club program and social event registration system. Please use the appropriate links to register for all swim or tennis programs, social events or to purchase ERBC apparel.

Please review our swim and tennis program schedule pages for detailed information about these programs before registering.

First Time Users

Members will receive an email with their username and information about accessing their account to set their password.

First time users may opt to begin the registration process by editing their account details. Users can change their password or edit billing information.


You MUST be signed in to register. Click here to sign in now.

Register for programs either by clicking on the desired category and selecting from the programs listed.

The shopping cart feature will automatically accumulate the cost of each registration. You can review your selection(s) at any time by clicking on View Cart or the cart icon at the top of the page. When you have completed your selections, clicking on Proceed to Checkout will take you to the billing page.

Lost your password?

Lost your password? Click here to receive a link to create a new password via email.

Forgot what you registered for?

You will receive a confirmation email each time you register. You can also sign in at any time and review your registrations by choosing Account.


You can download the Member Handbook Directory, the Member Directory Quick Reference, or the full Member Handbook but you must sign in first.

Need Help?

If you have any questions about the sign up process, please email us.

A little advice on passwords…

Wow. Why is my default password so long and strange?

It probably looks long and complicated like this example: TA3w3nDpMar$TraSXKi90XpV

This is considered a “strong” password.

What is a “strong” password? Advice from Google:

  • Use a password that you don’t reuse on other websites: Use a unique password for each of your accounts – especially for important accounts like email and online banking. Choosing the same password for each of your online accounts is like using the same key to lock your home, car and office – if a criminal gains access to one, all of them are compromised.
  • Use a long password. The longer your password is, the harder it is to guess.
  • Use a mix of letters, numbers, and symbols in your password
  • Don’t use personal information or common words as a password
  • Keep your passwords secure
  • Use a password manager such as 1Password or LastPass to make sure you’re using strong, unique passwords everywhere.

Words from Twitter:
Security is a challenging area and Twitter works very hard every day to protect your account, our data, and our systems. The recent prevalence of data breaches from other websites is challenging for all websites – not just those breached. Attackers mine the exposed username, email and password data, leverage automation, and then attempt to automatically test this sign in data and passwords against all top websites. If a person used the same username and password on multiple sites then attackers could, in some situations, automatically take over their account. That’s why a breach of passwords associated with website X could result in compromised accounts at unrelated website Y.

There is lots of information available on the internet about creating strong passwords. Keep your data private and use them!